Journal of Biosocial Science

(The TQCC of Journal of Biosocial Science is 4. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
Child marriage, climate vulnerability and natural disasters in coastal Bangladesh27
Does unintended pregnancy have an impact on skilled delivery care use in Bangladesh? A nationally representative cross-sectional study using Demography and Health Survey data18
Prevalence and determinants of consanguineous marriage and its types in India: evidence from the National Family Health Survey, 2015–201617
Male participation in antenatal care and its influence on their pregnant partners’ reproductive health care utilization: insight from the 2015 Afghanistan Demographic and Health Survey17
The burden of hypertension and unmet need for hypertension care among men aged 15–54 years: a population-based cross-sectional study in India15
Factors associated with the number and timing of antenatal care visits among married women in Cameroon: evidence from the 2018 Cameroon Demographic and Health Survey14
Do costs and benefits of children matter for religious people? Perceived consequences of parenthood and fertility intentions in Poland13
Socio-demographic risk factors for severe malnutrition in children aged under five among various birth cohorts in Bangladesh11
Continuum of maternal health care services and its impact on child immunization in India: an application of the propensity score matching approach11
The effects of sex, nation, ethnicity, age and self-reported pubertal development on participant-measured right-left 2D:4D (Dr-l) in the BBC internet study10
Comprehensive HIV/AIDS knowledge and HIV testing among men in sub-Saharan Africa: a multilevel modelling10
Sociocultural and economic determinants of stunting and thinness among adolescent boys and girls in Nepal10
Comprehensive HIV/AIDS knowledge and safer sex negotiation among adolescent girls and young women in sub-Saharan Africa9
Influence of women’s empowerment indices on the utilization of skilled maternity care: evidence from rural Nigeria9
Poverty, dowry and the ‘good match’: revisiting community perceptions and practices of child marriage in a rural setting in Bangladesh8
Mother’s education level is associated with anthropometric failure among 3- to 12-year-old rural children in Purba Medinipur, West Bengal, India8
Men and maternal health care utilization in India and in selected less-developed states: evidence from a large-scale survey 2015–168
Changes in adiposity and fat tissue distribution among preschool children from Kraków, Poland, from 2008 to 20188
Understanding hard-to-reach communities: local perspectives and experiences of trachoma control among the pastoralist Maasai in northern Tanzania7
Induced abortion in Ghana: prevalence and associated factors7
Risk factors for Caesarean sections in Ghana: evidence from the Ghana Maternal Health Survey7
Addressing reproductive health knowledge, infertility and coping strategies among rural women in India7
Changing sex differences in undernutrition of African children: findings from Demographic and Health Surveys7
Trends in and determinants of neonatal and infant mortality in Nigeria based on Demographic and Health Survey data7
Does where mothers live matter? Regional variations in factors influencing place of child delivery in Nigeria7
Association between female genital mutilation and girl-child marriage in sub-Saharan Africa7
Predictors of the diets consumed by adolescent girls, pregnant women and mothers with children under age two years in rural eastern India6
Long-term mating positively predicts both reproductive fitness and parental investment6
Is newborn survival influenced by place of delivery? A comparison of home, public sector and private sector deliveries in India6
Pharmaceuticalised livelihoods: antibiotics and the rise of ‘Quick Farming’ in peri-urban Uganda6
Post-abortion fertility desires, contraceptive uptake and unmet need for family planning: voices of post-abortion care clients in Tanzania6
Postpartum and post-abortion contraceptive use among unmarried young women in Ghana6
Parental income inequality and children’s digit ratio (2D:4D): a ‘Trivers-Willard’ effect on prenatal androgenization?6
Individual- and community-level factors associated with underweight and overweight among women of reproductive age in Bangladesh: a multilevel analysis6
Cross-national data on informal caregivers of older people with long-term care needs in the European population: time for a more coordinated and comparable approach6
Genetic load and biological changes to extant humans6
Effects of parental stature on child stunting in India6
Age at menarche in Nigerian demographic surveys5
Spatial pattern and determinants of diagnosed diabetes in southern India: evidence from a 2012–13 population-based survey5
Testing the regional Convergence Hypothesis for the progress in health status in India during 1980–20155
Sexual debut among college students in China: effects of family context5
Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on pregnancy postponement – evidence from Japan5
Overweight and obesity in preschool children in Turkey: A multilevel analysis5
Asram is really killing us here’: attribution for pregnancy losses and newborn mortality in the Ashanti Region of Ghana5
Changes in the adiposity level and prevalence of overweight/obesity among children from Kraków (Poland) within the last decade (from 2010 to 2020)5
Short birth interval and associated factors in rural India: A cross-sectional study5
Safer sex negotiation and parity among women in sub-Saharan Africa5
Do tribal children experience elevated risk of poor nutritional status in India? A multilevel analysis5
Sequential impact of components of maternal and child health care services on the continuum of care in India5
The Bangladesh Maternal Health Voucher Scheme: impact on completeness of antenatal care provision4
Factors influencing women’s decisions regarding birth planning in a rural setting in Kenya and their implications for family planning programmes4
Family planning communication through mass media and health workers for promoting maternal health care utilization in Nigeria4
Multiple realities around sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) among adolescents in Ghana4
Clients’ perceptions of the quality of post-abortion care in eight health facilities in Dakar, Senegal4
Is consanguineous marriage related to spousal violence in India? Evidence from the National Family Health Survey, 2015–164
Association of basic vaccination with cognitive and learning ability among children: insights from the India Human Development Survey, 2004–05 and 2011–124
What has contributed to the large sex differentials in lifespan variation and life expectancy in South Korea?4
Can changes in education alter future population ageing in Asia and Europe?4
A success story of reduction in childhood stunting and underweight in India: analysis of pooled data from three rounds of Indian Demographic and Health Surveys (1998–2016)4
Black-White differences in perceived lifetime discrimination by education and income in the MIDUS Study in the U.S.4
Gender contexts, dowry and women’s health in India: a national multilevel longitudinal analysis4
Understanding inequalities in child immunization in India: a decomposition approach4
Co-existence of diabetes and TB among adults in India: a study based on National Family Health Survey data4
Critical medical ecology and intersectionality perspectives in schistosomiasis prevention and control in selected communities in Mindanao, the Philippines4
Gender, sexual experiences and sexual behavioural differences in Turkish university students4
Fertility intentions among the working population of Dalian City born between 1980 and 19894